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    A Lurkal's Pitchas, like...

    After an hour's epic marathon ride, I arrived to find some already there who's travelled even further





    The campsite began to fill...unfortunately some undersireables seemed to have snuck - in...







    I assume this is some sort of "signal" which I don't understand:



    No name's no Packer drill....

    Who lives in a place like this?



    Is falling down the new standing on the pegs?









    The weather was mixed....



    ...and so to the pub for the evening. Excitement hit fever pitch





    I must point out this was Petcul's starter, not mine..



    This is however my whale & chips...



    All of a sudden it was Saturday morning... slightly moist and fresh...



    Ideal for a ride.... somewhere high-up perhaps?

    Carter Bar:



    Holy Island:















    Bamburgh Castle



    Alnwick Castle





    Who transports cocktail ingrediants in a pannier like this?











    In Bellingham village....









    Back to the pub!

    ...where everyone was on their best behaviour...















    What a handsome chap....



    We blamed these rascals for the snoring...







    Ernehr! A Hoodie!



    ......and suddenly it was Sunday morning and I once again made the long journey home.....

    Great weekend.

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    Some nice shots there Chris; shame I missed the 'fallers'.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    shame I missed the 'fallers'.....
    What a racket, and barely responding.

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    Great pictures, think the fallers were a bit ambitious going so far down the field over all that grass into the area containing the likes of a Suzuki Bandit and other sporty type bikes, clearly the Bandit is a much better adventure bike

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    Official protest!!!!!

    I carefully laid mine down as the side stand was sinking into the soft ground and the puck was brilliantly packed in the bottom of the right pannier What a numpty.

    A great weekend, hope to make it next year as well when I may even get to join the ride-out instead of going shopping for a new battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Packer View Post
    the puck was brilliantly packed in the bottom of the right pannier What a numpty.
    Good plan made it easy to reach into that pannier with the bike like that

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    Brilliant piccies!

    Well done Chris, once again you've captured the "spirit" of the occasion
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    GOOD SHOT THERE CHRIS
    we came we saw we went home

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    Some lovely images Chris. Gail's right
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Packer View Post
    Official protest!!!!!

    I carefully laid mine down as the side stand was sinking into the soft ground and the puck was brilliantly packed in the bottom of the right pannier What a numpty.

    A great weekend, hope to make it next year as well when I may even get to join the ride-out instead of going shopping for a new battery.
    Hah! I forgot to put my bloody side stand down (J12 ADV)!

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